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|Poplar laminate body
|1st fret: .97", 12th: 1.03"
|Bolt-on poplar neck with a bound rosewood board, dot inlays, no truss adjustment
|Three single-coil pickups, 5-way rotary pickup selector switch, volume & tone controls per pickup
-- The necks pickup lead, neck volume pot, and rotary switch have been replaced. The middle pickup lead wire has been spliced. Many wiries have been replaced, a bridge ground wire has been installed, and there are various solder joint touch ups.
-- Pot codes date from 1960.
|Neck: 5.6 kΩ, Middle: 7.2 kΩ, Bridge: 7.3 kΩ
|The rotary switch knob has been replaced
|Non-original neck volume pot and rotary switch
-- The neck pickup lead has been replaced
-- The middle pickup lead wire has been spliced. There are various other replaced wires throughout the electronics
-- A bridge ground wire has been installed
|This Kay shows nice aging and play wear. Various nicks, chips, dings, and other various blemishes exist throughout.
|Currently, set up with 10-gauge strings and medium-low to low action. There is no truss rod, the neck sights with slight relief. The guitar sets up with with current action set. The frets are wide and low showing medium-light to light play wear.
-- The electronics date this Kay from 1960.